Far fewer print newspapers hit America's porch, to the point where pundits have buried the medium again and again. The net killed both papers and books, say they.
We consider billionaires picking up the WaPo and Boston Globe. The vanity like owning a sports team or a savvy decision at a bargain price? Can fresh ownership and management shake the cash-rich arrogance of the old style? Can they create a new model that makes both print and online viable? Will anything bring back newspapers to America's breakfast table?